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Wonder Bread has been in our lives since the 1920s, its primary-colored packaging a classic sign that lunch is on the way. However, for these artists, Wonder Bread is more than the vessel for a peanut butter and fluff sandwich. Artist Catherine McEver uses slices of Wonder Bread as a...
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There’s something about a dark and decimated world ruled by an oppressive regime marked by drudgery, conformity, and misery that brings out the best in some people. Ah, dystopia. If you’re the type that hates being trapped, tends to see the world for what it is – not what it’s projected...
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Sriracha is like the Kleenex of the hot sauce world. With its green cap and signature rooster, both hot sauce junkies and hot sauce rejecters alike can recognize Sriracha from a table away. It’s no wonder, then, that artists have found inspiration from the hot sauce bottle on every restaurant table...
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The end is near. The beloved musical dramedy Glee is scheduled for its last episode this Friday. Glee has not only given us show-stopping musical numbers, but relationships we would go to bat for. The couples of Glee have made us laugh and they’ve made us cry — no really, I’ve...
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 Grace Helbig feels like a close friend even though I’ve never met her. Since she started vlogging back in 2007, Grace has become a staple in my daily internet consumption… well, me and 2 million other people. Now your mom might find out about her, too, because this Youtube darling is headed to television.

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After six seasons of stage lights, solos, and singing their feelings, the cast of Glee will dance their last number this week. That means bidding a tearful adieu to Mr. Schue and the ragtag group of extremely dramatic students in his ridiculously misnamed “glee” club. But there’s one character who we’ll...
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Crayons are a staple of childhood. So what happens when you grow out of coloring books and coloring between the lines? Use the crayons to make ridiculously extravagant sculptures, of course. One of Crayola’s slogans is “Everything Imaginable.” For Nashville-based artist Herb Williams, everything imaginable means using Crayola crayons to...
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  My childhood was filled with afternoon viewings of Disney VHS classics. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White were critical touchstones of my youth. But as much as I loved those old tapes, as I grew up, I wondered why the damsels were always in distress? Surely, Disney could do better. ...
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Remember when you were a little kid and you would make designs out of your cornflakes? Well then you will be happy to learn that you are not alone. NY artist Sarah Rosado still plays with her food, to a wonderfully creative effect.  A daily consumer of cornflakes, Rosado was...
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Yes ladies, it’s Women’s Herstory Month. And we’d like to take this opportunity to celebrate the women who lighten our lives on a daily basis. (Not that we needed an excuse.) There remains the absurd misconception among some cretins the comedy world that women aren’t funny. Even some of the greats...
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Yesterday we featured an article about the top ten best butts in fandom, with a tongue-in-cheek ranking of the top ten fan favorite butts, as illustrated by fan artists. The debate on the ranking of the butts continues on Facebook and Tumblr, but there’s one question that remains: Why are all the...
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Ever cut the label out of the neck of your sweater or the waistband of your pants? Joy Pitts would make you think twice about just throwing that scratchy tag in the trash. Pitts is an artist based in Nottingham, England that collects clothing labels from thrift shops and discarded...
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  Whether Barbie was your beloved sidekick or the toy you tore apart, Mattel’s famous doll has become a beloved staple in many children’s homes. Introduced on March 9th, 1959, the Barbie doll has became an icon of beauty, culture and fashion for the past 56 years. Though met with some...
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It’s no secret that fandom loves a great butt. Whether it’s decked out in tight black denim, medieval leather, or starfleet regulation, a good butt is always a good thing. In the spirit of Tina Belcher, I present with complete sincerity and appreciation, the Very Important Official list of the Top...
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We’ll see two new gay characters on the hyper-popular MTV series Teen Wolf when it returns on June 5, according to TVLine. For many fans interested in seeing more LGBT representation in their genre favorites, this came as welcome news, but many other fans are wondering what the show intends to...
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Today we celebrate what would have been Momofuku Ando’s 105 birthday. Ando, the inventor of the instant ramen, is remembered not only for his groundbreaking invention but also for the art he has inspired. In 2000, the instant ramen was voted as one of the country’s top inventions of the 20th...
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What would happen if Pokémon were free to behave as humans do? According to Pictogram, a design company based in the San Francisco Mission district, the first thing they’d do is start their own businesses. Dutch interface designer Sebastiaan de With imagined a world in which a fictional “Pokémon Corporate Personhood...
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It’s been a long eight months, but for Orphan Black fans, the wait is almost over. The season three trailer dropped this week and most of you, like myself, have probably re-watched it 15 times. But Orphan Black is one of those delightfully hard to define shows, and if you’re not...
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Alex Chinneck is a British artist who specializes in distorting people’s perceptions. In order to do this, Chinneck has theatrically manipulated familiar architectural scenarios. In the past, he has inverted buildings and made them look like their facades are melting or sliding into the street. He has also made a...
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This morning we learned that Sci-Fi icon and beloved actor Leonard Nimoy passed away at the age of 83. Loved by many as the half-human, half-Vulcan Spock on Star Trek, Nimoy warmed hearts for generations. Spock's phrase "Live long and prosper" began as a Star Trek-ism, but became much larger than...
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